8.20.2012

There's Something Fishy Around Here!

Hello everyone!  I have a really fun card to share with you today.  It's no secret that I have loved the Father's Day Fun (SP & Company) stamp set, ever since it came out.  If you've been hanging out here for awhile, you have probably seen me use it a few times!  Well, I have found another awesome way to use these stamps.  Fish!!




That's right...turn those little neckties on their sides and you have cute little fish!  I stamped them on a mix of patterned papers from Splash (Echo Park) and Paradise Beach (Echo Park), and trimmed them out.   For the eyes, I used some little, black pearl accents.  The sentiment, from Bold Sentiments III: Birthdays (SP & Company) is stamped in black ink.

Are these guys fun, or what???  Don't be surprised if you see these little fishies making another appearance around here.  Love, love, love them!

I am entering this one into the CAS-ual Fridays challenge this week.  The theme this week is...




Happy stampin',


Michelle

12 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Awesome use of those ties! Totally cute~

Francesca said...

Michelle, this is adorable! Love those fish!

Jeremy and Samantha said...

love the adorable fish/ ties!! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Jenny said...

Oh my... how creative to use a tie as fish!!! Love your CAS design, brilliant card :0)
So glad you shared your creativity with us this week at CASual Fridays :0)
Jenny x

silkeshimazu said...

How creative, love how you turned the ties into fish!

Laurie said...

Those fish are adorable! What a fun idea! Thanks for playing along this week with CAS-ual Fridays!

Tania said...

What a fantastic idea; I love it!

Just Me said...

What a cute card. Fantastic way to use the tie stamp.

PiecesByEmily said...

Wow this is too cute. Such a creative use of tie stamp.

Michelle (aka Meechelle) said...

Thanks everyone!

Cheryl said...

So fun and clever! I love it!

KER said...

cute and clever...whodathunk?...well obviously you did!

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